Well, if you want to come to Metro Detroit you can listen to mine.
The 6.2F is pretty good. They are very tall. The tweeter definitely goes over my head on a normal seating position. TheAudioInsider will comment that the speakers were designed for large rooms and theater style tiered seating, which is fine. I ignored this and bought them because they supposedly have an upgraded crossover from the 6.1, and the tweeter is mounted much better than the 6.1. I have some Diva 2.1 bookshelf speakers as my rear surrounds (they have the same tweeter and mid-range driver as the 6.1) and I must say that I do not like their sound for 2 channel. Based on this I am happy I went with the 6.2F and not the 6.1, because I fear I wouldn't like its sound signature.
Overall I would say that the 6.2F is a good speaker. It's pretty heavy on the mid-range. I ran an Anthem D2 pre-pro for a bit and the Anthem Room Correction showed a huge hump in the mid-range from the speakers. This might have been exacerbated by my room, but I feel like it was more the speakers. The 6.2F really excels when you add good front-end components. They sounded incredible with the Anthem D2 and Anthem PVA 7 amplifier. I have also run them with a Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum tube amp, and Rogue Audio M180 monoblocks. The 2 channel performance from the tube amps was great.
A lot of users on this forum state that you will not hear a difference between most DACs and amplifiers but I tend to feel the exact opposite way. I believe that the 6.2F only excels when it has quality front-end components, DAC and pre-amp especially.